Samsung selling modified Galaxy Tab 10.1N to bypass injuction in Germany

As you all probably know, Samsung was forced to halt the sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany back in September for infringing some of Apple’s patent. The Korean tablet manufacturer didn’t waste any time because they’ve just released a modified Galaxy Tab 10.1N. Looking at the image above, you can see a somehow reshaped bezel with a metal rim, which could actually help Samsung satisfy the Düsseldorf Court ruling in their case against Apple. We’re not sure if that will indeed happen but it is definitely a step in the right direction.

German e-tailer Cyperport has listed the new Galaxy Tab 10.1N with an availability date of two to four days, claiming that “Galaxy Tab is back!” At this point, our German friends can get their hands on the redesigned Gtab 10.1 in the next two to four days without the need of heading to nearby countries and smuggle one in. Should Australia be next?

Source Cyberport
via Engadget

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